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Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Philadelphia (1889)

Author: Wagner Free Institute of Science; Leidy, Joseph, 1823-1891; Potts, Edward
Subject: Mammals, Fossil; Paleontology; Sponges
Publisher: Philadelphia
Language: English
Call number: 39088003154598
Digitizing sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
Book contributor: Smithsonian Libraries
Collection: biodiversity

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Report upon some fresh-water sponges collected in Florida, by Edward Potts. Notice of some fossil human bones, by Joseph Leidy. Description of mammalian remains from a rock crevice in Florida, by Joseph Leidy. Description of vertebrate remains from Peace Creek, Florida, by Joseph Leidy. Notice of some mammalian remains from the salt mine of Petite Anse, Louisiana, by Joseph Leidy. On Platygonus, an extinct genus allied to the Peccaries, by Joseph Leidy. Remarks on the nature of organic species, by Joseph Leidy

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